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Introduction to WinBatch Navigator
Once you've got WinBatch installed, where do you start? You might launch WinBatch by selecting the WinBatch.exe item in
the WinBatch program group on your Start menu. That will launch WinBatch Navigator, which serves as a front-end to
pretty much all the various components that make up WinBatch.
WinBatch Navigator acts as the "home page" for your WinBatch installation, providing convenient access to all of WinBatch's components, utilities and documentation.
From within the WinBatch Navigator you can launch various WinBatch Utilities. You can launch:
- Any WinBatch script program (by clicking the Run a .WBT file button, so-named because WinBatch scripts are stored in files with the extension .WBT).
- WinBatch Studio for script file editing.
- The Roboscripter for dialog automation.
- Determine Owning EXE tool that helps determine the name of the exe that the mouse is over.
- Track Mouse Coordinates tool that helps you determine the coordinates of the mouse.
- Window Information tool that helps you determine the coordinates of various windows.
- File Browser file viewing utility. It is designed to view files in either a text-only format or as a hexadecimal file listing.
- [optional] WinBatch Compiler which converts the WinBatch script file and other files associated with your program into an EXE file that others can use.
From within the WinBatch Navigator you can launch various WinBatch Help Files
. You can launch:
- The Windows Interface Language help file which contains documentation for the general-purpose programming language WIL which contains with over 500 functions.
- The WinBatch help file which contains documentation for WinBatch specific functions and the various utilities included with WinBatch.
- The WinBatch Tutorial, a step by step guide to using WinBatch.
- WinBatch Function Lookup, which can be used to search for a particular keyword in all of the various separate help files
From within the WinBatch Navigator you can visit WinBatch On the Web
. You can visit:
- Getting Started - on the Web takes you to a quick start webpage that is a quick introduction for the WinBatch novice.
- The WinBatch Website homepage.
- The Tech Support Forum, an area on our website where you post a question or share code.
- The Tech Support Database, a complete searchable database of articles that contain answers to various questions and tons of sample code.
From within the WinBatch Navigator under Tasks
- Obtain System Information.
- Under Advanced Options, you can Remove License Information, Uninstall WinBatch, Enter a New License Number, and change Foreign Language Support.
And finally from within the WinBatch Navigator you can obtain License Info
. This button contains information about the version of WinBatch installed,
the platform it is installed on and the status of your license maintenance.
WinBatch Navigator serves as a front-end to pretty much all the various components that make up WinBatch.
Article ID: W17359
File Created: 2010:02:17:11:58:07
Last Updated: 2014:06:06:15:00:32